Make your mark—change the world

Would you like to understand society better to inspire change in your community? Do you want to contribute to the world and demonstrate your genuine engagement with issues that are important to you?

Then you’ve come to the right place.

Hands-on learning opportunities for career success

To ensure your success, our programs offer the best possible training. Here you will develop a well-balanced academic foundation and in-demand skills for today’s world, including critical thinking, research and communication abilities.

Many of our programs even include an immersive and experiential component in which you can obtain in-the-field experience or explore opportunities around the world.


Register now for Experience Glendon (April 2 is virtual and April 3 is in person)

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experiential education opportunities at York (including Glendon)!

Only 1

university campus in Canada offers bilingual or trilingual international bachelor’s degrees for all its programs, and that’s us!

Develop your language advantage

Glendon is a multilingual campus where bilingual and trilingual programs reflect Canada’s cultural diversity in addition to offering a window on the rest of the world.

At Glendon, your program of study will include one or more courses in another language each year. We promote language learning, yet bilingualism is not a prerequisite for most of our programs. All our students write a language assessment in one of Canada’s official languages in order to be placed at the most appropriate level.

Did you know? Even if you are a beginner in one of Canada’s official languages, you will only be required to take 4 hours of class per week in that language during your studies at Glendon.

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Learning a new language opens many doors:

  • Bilingualism is in demand by today’s employers. In Canada, salaries are 18 to 20% higher on average for bilingual employees.
  • Furthermore, speaking a second language strengthens your memory as well as problem-solving and multitasking skills.
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Small campus, big heart

Glendon enthusiastically welcomes students who want to leave their mark on the society of the future, whether here or anywhere in the world. And we believe that, to make those ambitions a reality, every student deserves our attention.

No matter who you are, Glendon gives you every chance of enjoying a successful future!


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students per class, on average

9 out of 10

employers are satisfied or very satisfied with Glendon students


Anaïs D.

Political Science, 2020

At Glendon, I was able to really get involved in clubs and the community. I was the President of the Glendon African Network and my hard work led to me being named one of the Top 100 black women to watch in Canada. These experiences have allowed me to build my resume and develop skills such as communication, teamwork and time management that will help me in my future career.